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Nikon have gone and done something so wonderful, we’ve got half a mind to track them down with a thank you card and a firm handshake.

Nikon have gone and done something so wonderful, we’ve got half a mind to track them down with a thank you card and a firm handshake. It’s called Heartography – a 3D-printed camera cover that can be strapped around your pooch’s furry chest, taking photos of anything that sets their tails wagging with joy.

Here’s how it works: Inside the case is a heart rate monitor, which sets off the camera’s shutter button any time their ticker builds some speed. In other words, it’ll capture things that make a dog excited or grabs their attention, like other critters, canine behinds and pretty much any potential food source.

Right now it’s just a prototype, but we’re crossing every limb that the contraption will soon be available to buy. After all, who wouldn’t want to see the world from Rover’s eye view?

To find out more, head over here.